I Don’t Know 

So, it started out as a joke but somehow I find that its actually the best way to explain what this year’s When Women Worship theme is about.

When I declared this was the theme

My phone started ringing…

“What does it mean?”

“What language is it?”

“Is it Hebrew? Greek? or tongues?”

So I actually didn’t know if I wanted to keep people guessing or I wanted to tell them the meaning. So of course I spoke to my Pk about it and trust him to come up with something mischievous.

“Anytime people ask you the meaning of AMAGHIMO tell them ‘I don’t know’ with a straight face.” He said

“Ah! That’s not fair” I said not missing the pun.

“Well isn’t that the meaning?” He asked with a smirk firmly planted on his face.

Honestly, I had an I give up moment.

My pk plays too much….

So anyhow I can’t lie I was tempted because people kept asking “what does it mean?” “What does it mean?” So I decided to try my pk’s suggestion and yesterday at the worship meeting we had at our island centre with joe praize

Oh by the way did I mention our new tent is here? Probably what I will be thankful for today hmmmm….

Anyhow so as I was saying, the opportunity presented itself. As soon as my Pk announced When Women Worship one of our staff members who was standing beside me asked “mama what does it even mean?”

Straight face on I didn’t flinch I simply replied “I don’t know” and she laughed half shocked saying. “You don’t know?” Someone beside me then tells her “Amaghimo is ibo for I don’t know” now with the pun not lost on her she begins to laugh then mutters “so we are going to worship God with I don’t know? Hmmm…”

So I asked her a question. I said “When you look over your life and you want to praise God where do you start from?”

Without even missing a beat. She said “Ah! I don’t know o!” Then she opened her eyes like the revelation had finally hit her.

“Exactly!!!” I said “Amaghimo”

That’s where the theme of this year’s meeting was born from. An answer to a question I’ve been asking myself since the beginning of the year.

I still remember when PITA tagged me on a song he had just heard. He  said mama you need to hear this. Now you need to understand that pita sings (pun intended) and has great taste in music so if he tells you a song is good, best believe it is.


However I wasn’t so expectant for some funny reason maybe because I didn’t know the guy: PASSWORD. I’d never even heard of him. When I listened to tha song it just spoke my heart. I loved it instantly. Even David loved it and was rocking to it in no time.

I just loved the song but didn’t think much of it until months later when surprise surprise who shows up in church? Password!!! In the flesh. Then as if that wasn’t enough he fell in love with DCC and became a part of our family so when I told him I was stealing the title of his song as my theme for #WWW2016 he graciously agreed and even offered to come minister it live!

I’m thankful for such life happenstances. Those so called coincidences where God brings people into my life and they become a part of my life, family, ministry and destiny. Where God had planned it all along and it just starts unfolding bit by bit before my eyes as pleasant surprises.

There are too many of such people. Too many people who give to me too. They pray for me. They comfort me. They give of their time, energy, wisdom and life to make sure Gods work is done and I’m still here. I’m thankful for them. For the wonderful people God has surrounded me with.

So by now you know that password will be at #WWW2016


Who else will be there?


Now the extra good news is it’s one programme but two centers. So if you are on the mainland or the island we’ve got you covered. That’s why I’m thankful for the Island tent that just arrived. We are still working on it though. Still setting up but I’m thankful that we can finally bring the goodness of #WWW2016 without dragging our island women down to the mainland.

God has been good to us at DCC. Most times all we have is a dream not necessarily physical cash but God always blows our minds. I’m not surprised though


God is my definitely our father. He’s always just looking for ways to bless us at DCC

I’m just so thankful that we have all we need and we are not in debt. All our bills are paid and all our needs are met.

I’m looking forward to the finished tent though and by the time #WWW2016 comes around it will be all done.

Here are the dates ladies. Mark your calendars


This year we are doing Friday and Saturday. Please take note ladies not Sunday

FRIDAY 24th and SATURDAY 25th of June. Not SUNDAY!!!  No Sunday this year.

OkAy guys I survived another day of blogging and thankfulness.  Let’s keep going.

Thanks to all my cheerleaders. Love you all so much


Back tomorrow.

Need sleep

34 thoughts on “I Don’t Know 

  1. I’m always FIRST💃💃💃💃
    Now what is my prize? (Pls don’t say AMAGHIMO ) lol
    And when i heard the theme AMAGHIMO i was like I TRULY GET IT!!!
    HE is simply inexplicable…
    Palmira is HEAVENLY. Still have goosebumps recalling her sing Alabaster box.
    I am justt expectant even if i dunno most. But I know the famous ‘guy’up there annd He sure has amazing CHILDREN who minister
    I’m thankful for that.
    Hugsssss.
    E’
    http://www.eziaha.com

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      1. Hahahahaha

        Don’t worry mama ur life is already a gift i am still unwrapping. (Plus i most likely won’t since i am just lucky not intentional ) haha

        But being FIRST is cool sha…😊

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  2. Yaay👍
    Keep the flag flying mama.
    2. I am thankful for spiritual leaders – people of integrity God has placed in my life.
    Both physically and via social media.
    Especially the women. They make the love of God real.
    I am thankful for you ma. Your life and testimonies always encourage me.
    Cheerleading all the way
    👏🙌🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻

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  3. Hmmmmm…….really, I don’t know. Where do I start from, God has been soooo great in my life……

    Yes we can mama, it is doable. I’m going to be joining in the challenge too, hope to (no, will) open a thanksgiving journal.

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  4. This is very inspirational Mama… But why am i not surprise? It’s who God has made you to be, The way you unveil God’s Love through his Word and through blogging makes us never get use to it, Am always AMAZED with goose pimple gushing all over. I mean look at this year theme sincerely after reading, i pondered a little and it dawned on me that i really don’t know what to give this God, I really don’t know the best worship position that can really express what’s in my heart, i really don’t know why he LOVES me the way he does and treats like am the only child he’s got. Hmmmm I will stop here before i drain my keyboard with tears, God bless and keep this His vessel Pastor Mildred, we cant thank you enough for answering this call. You really gave worship a new meaning in my life. Love you so much.

    Cheerleading all the way Mama

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  5. Mama! when i was reading this tears filled my eyes,cold allover me because really AMAGHIMO! what i did to deserve all that God has been doing for me. As God keep using you to bless us he will use others to bless you…IJN.

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  6. So it appears I’ve developed a recent habit of getting stuck on a worship song such that it’s on repeat for days unending, so much so I practically “terrorise” everyone around me with the song-on-repeat (car, home, daddy’s house and even when I take a stroll). Password’s Amaghimo was the song-on-repeat awhile before the theme was announced and my mum got infected (it’s now my caller ring tone on her phone – haha!). When I first heard the theme, I kept wondering if he or the song had anything to do with it, cos it was apt! Guess I don’t have to wonder anymore….heheheee.

    Thank God for blogging day 2, Mama. And the line up of ministers – Mairo Ese, Eric Arubayi…yes!!! His song “The Sound” was quiet time partner for some days. #HighlyExpectant

    Back to my #MyThanksgivingDiary. Today, I’m thankful for fathers, mentors – the people God place in your life at specific times, to make the journey sweeter and more interesting in more ways than human words can convey. Can’t imagine what my life would be without them. To start making a list, hmmm, let’s keep it simple. Thank God for you PM, and for PK. Even my career is not left out as He blessed me with PS, when I least expected it. Chai, true true, He loves me! (Cheer-leading pom-pom-2)

    Love you, Mama!!!

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    1. Oh! So the Amaghimo bug bit you too. Lol! And yes oh! Yes to Eric Arubayi’s the sound. I’m truly expectant.

      I thank God for you too love. My pleasant surprise babies that God puts in my life daily

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  7. I cant wait for june 25th to come. its something am looking forward to and am super excited about it. It can’t miss this one for any thing. As eh! the title really got me thinking just like PM said i just dont know where to start from.year never finish o testimony don plenty. IT IS INDEED MINE TURN!.

    Thanks Ma’am I love you

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  8. I wish I could be there as attending 4 years ago, started me in a thanksgiving/gratitude journal using the diary you gave the attendees. I even blogged about it recently: https://christiesilas.wordpress.com/2016/04/28/chronicles-of-gods-goodness/
    The beauty of keeping a journal is for those days when I have memory block of God’s goodness, I can quickly reach for my journal and remind me of my GOD.
    GOD bless you Pastor MKO…hehe

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  9. Hmmm with ALL that he has done for me I Rilly don’t knw where or how to start thanking him, but one at a time sha
    So for now am thankful for DCC, for my pk nd pm, since joining this church av seen and understood God in a whole new way, with a whole new personal relationship so for that am very thankful

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  10. AMAGHIMO!!!! Hmmmm I don’t know were to start from but every time I read your blog post all I can do is worship God for bringing Pst M and Pst K to my life. There is a story behind it I can’t wait to share. DCC is my testimony and indeed I am victorious. God bless you Mama. Oh at last I made a comment😊😊

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  11. Thank you for your blog 🙂 I’m a white girl from New Zealand. I just stumbled across the song Amaghimo by Password and from the moment I first heard it, I feel uplifted and so very blessed. I asked one of my Nigerian friends here… what does Amaghimo mean… the same as so many people in your ministry. He said he doesn’t know because it’s not his language (of course! You have so many languages there!!) So I went in search to find why I feel so uplifted by a song that I don’t really understand… from reading your blog, it makes perfect sense 🙂
    May God bless you and keep you!!

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    1. Awwww….. yay!!!💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻 it’s so good to hear from you.

      Actually the word Amaghimo actually means literally “I don’t know”. It’s a very uptempo upbeat joyful song asking where do I start praising God from and the response is Amaghimo meaning I don’t know.

      God bless you too dear and yes I absolutely loved the song the minute I heard it.

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